While looking and listening to the “TODAY SHOW’, this morning, the news of Osama Bin Laden’s death came as a surprise to me.  Not so much his death but the way it was being presented.  It was being hailed as justice for the 911 bombing of the Twin Towers.  It struck me as being so different because I wondered should they have taken him alive as opposed to murdering him on the spot and naming it Justice.  An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, isn’t that how the saying goes.  The news media has allowed the world to see that Bin Laden was suffering with an incurable illness, so many thought and may continue to think that his illness is what did him in, but would it had served the world to put him on trial?  What message would a trial have conveyed to the Muslin, Arabic world and the world in general?  Now  I  wonder if some will view this action as vigilantly justice.  The thought crossed my mind that is it right for someone to kill the person who is responsible for the murder of a loved one?  Bin Laden is and now was responsible for the deaths of so many people.  He caused turmoil,lost,physical, and mental damage to the entire United States and the world.  For it to be over just like that, doesn’t satisfy me.  After the Bush administration could never produce him, and to wake to his death, just doesn’t feel right.  I am truly surprised at this revelation.  Now the analytical process’s will begin on his death.  This just doesn’t sit well with me.  Something just isn’t right about this.   Closing the door on this after so many years of, “Where Is Bin Laden”, doesn’t feel like justice.  A court trial is what should have happen.  Seeing him get what he was due would have been justice.  Now What!


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